India vs South Africa: ICC compare arbitrate gives ‘poor’ rating to Nagpur pitch

India vs South Africa, Ind vs SA, SA vs Ind, India South Africa Nagpur, Nagpur India South Africa, Cricket News, Cricket, Nagpur pitch The third Test between India and South Africa in Nagpur finished inside a initial 3 days. (Source: PTI)

The International Cricket Council, in a release, has settled that a representation used for a third Test between India and South Africa was poor, and awaits a response from a BCCI within 14 days.

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The International Cricket Council (ICC) currently announced that a representation for a third Test between India and South Africa in Nagpur has been rated as “poor”, triggering a examination of a opening of a representation underneath a ICC Pitch Monitoring Process.

In suitability with Clause 3 of a Process, ICC Match Referee Jeff Crowe submitted his news to a ICC expressing a concerns of a compare officials over a opening of a pitch. This news has been forwarded to a Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), that now has 14 days to yield a response.

After a BCCI has submitted a response, ICC’s General Manager – Cricket, Geoff Allardice, and a ICC’s Chief Match Referee, Ranjan Madugalle, will cruise all a evidence, including study video footage of a match, before reaching their preference on either or not a representation was bad and if so, either a chastisement should be imposed.

The ICC will make no serve comments until Mr Allardice and Mr Madugalle have reached their decision.

The Nagpur Test was played from 25-27 Nov in that India scored 215 and 173, while South Africa scored 79 and 185.